Official Statement on FCB Coaching Position

BUFFALO, NY — The 2013 season will find the third head coach in the history of FC Buffalo trolling the sidelines after FC Buffalo and Dan Krzyzanowicz parted ways after two seasons together.

“We thank Dan for his time as our head coach and look forward to watching him continue his success at Medaille,” said FCB general manager Nick Mendola.

The club is instantly beginning a search for their new coaching staff. The ownership group notes dedication to recruiting top, hard-working and dedicated talent as a factor of paramount importance as well as an interest in the improvement of not only team soccer in Western New York, but the growth of Buffalo as a whole.

“We will move quickly to secure the services of a hard-working and focused coach who will not only motivate players and staff but also our fan base and the local soccer community as a whole,” Mendola said. “There is talent in this area to win, win with class and win now. We are looking for someone who knows, believes and lives that philosophy.”

Interested parties can contact the club by emailing Once a new coach is selected, 2013 try-out dates will be announced. Interested players can also email the above address.

Krzyzanowicz is the assistant athletic director and men’s soccer head coach at Medaille College in Buffalo as well as the director of coaching for Orchard Park Soccer Club. His record at FC Buffalo was six wins, five draws and 13 losses.
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